Why not just shoot it and see what you get? You'd only be out the cost of a roll of film and the chemicals to develop it. Many people become enamored of these cameras at first, then sell them because of the noise, size and weight. You can go to flickr or other photo sites and get a good idea of what your lens is going to do, but to get a feel for the camera you need to shoot it. Myself, I decided it was just too big, heavy, and loud (see above). The negs were nice, but the 80 Planar I had wasn't as sharp as my Rolleiflex lenses, so away it went. These are good studio cameras in my mind, not something to tote around.